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Re: dual grub install?

From: Hugo Bodewig
Subject: Re: dual grub install?
Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2012 06:11:00 +0200

Well I found the miscreant but still don't know - which is NOT a good
situation - how it happened. There was a bootmanager located on sda2,
identical to the bootmanager on sda1, with some exceptions which I did
not analyze.
It was in a hidden file so I just deleted it and notgrub only sees the
access on sda1.
Thus not solved but corrected.
Thanks all you guys.

Hugo Bodewig


On 5 June 2012 20:49, John Page <address@hidden> wrote:
> I have also seen grub menus incorporating two boot entries for Win7 and I
> have an inkling why.
> Win 7 has two partitions, one small partition which is supposed to contain
> the kernel as far as I can tell, it is invisible and probably read-only from
> within windows, and a big one that is the C drive. Both can be chainloaded,
> I have tried, and Win7 boots in apparently the same fashion in both cases.
> Grub seems to pick both up.
> Hope this is helpful.
> John
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